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# What should go on the assessment tool? **Up-front:** A statement about why we are asking for this and what we are going to do with it. Tie back the the organization’s mission. **Potential items and things to ask about** Gender (nonbinary response options). SPSP categories are: * Female / Cis Female * Gender Queer / Gender Non-Conforming * I'd rather not say * Male / Cis Male * Not listed (+ text box) * Transgender male * Transgender female Nationality / current location Race/ethnicity (US categories? Other?) **APA asks:** (are you of Hispanic/Latino(a), or Spanish origin?; select race: white, black/African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian Indian, Chinese, Philippino, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, other Asian, Native Hawaiian, Guamanian or Chamorro, Samoan, Other Pacific Islander, some other race Area of psychology * What area(s)? (see APS form or APA form) * How to let people indicate multiple categories? Do we need a primary? Sector or type of institution - see APS and/or APA? (Carnegie? Other? Doctoral, masters, baccalaureate; public vs private; minority-serving institutions of various kinds; non-academic: for-profit industry, nonprofit, government) - Current - (if not a trainee) Training institution (where you PhD) - Undergraduate Career stage * Kind of program (Bachelors, Masters, Doctoral) and what year did you start it? * Years since PhD (for those who have it) Career track * Tenure-track versus research versus adjunct vs. other How long have you been engaged in research? (as a student/trainee etc.) Sexual orientation. SPSP categories: * Bisexual * Gay * Lesbian * Heterosexual * Rather not say * Not listed (+ text box) Political orientation (consider international) Region First generation Socioeconomic background Disability * Yes * No * Rather not say Religion Age Language (especially English proficiency) Do you use social media? Positions of power - Journal editors - Society board - Department chair/head # Links to other societies' data collection tools + reports and other things you can do with society member data [Spreadsheet of societies]( [Johnson et al. Sage on the Stage: Women’s Representation at an Academic Conference. Published in PSPB.]( **With notes about what they ask about** [Association for Psychological Science]( * Race/ethnicity * Highest degree attained and where * Major field * Employment sector [Society for Personality and Social Psychology]( * Race/ethnicity * Gender * Sexual Orientation * Disability * Country * Year Doctorate Received # What could we (or SIPS) do with this data, and what are issues or concerns to consider? ## Issues and concerns to consider What we ask (and how we ask it) serves a signaling function - tells people what we value knowing about people, how we think about it (e.g. shortcomings of "other") Pros and cons of a longer versus shorter form - will it slow down the sign-up process? versus advantages of getting the info when everyone is in the system. Possibility of a 2-stage assessments: a few questions during signup, and then an emailed questionnaire later? Make all questions optional, form doesn't require you to mark answers Privacy and reidentifiability versus making the data open Intersectionality sometimes gets lost in aggregate data; how can we make the intersectionality in the data usable in reports and applications? ## What could we possibly do with this data Evaluate how SIPS is doing in relation to its organizational goals around diversity If we can track the same people year-to-year in the dataset, can track dropout and pipeline leaks Linkage to full SIPS member dataset so we can connect to other information about members Ability to analyze conference presenters, award recipients Outreach – soliciting for awards
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